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by Paul on 07/20/06 at 11:17 PM ET
With the cap increasing by $5 million for next season, teams have aggressively tied up players to longer-term contracts. "Longer-term contracts have been a recent tendency produced by the system," said NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly. "Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing depends on the player circumstances and the club circumstances." What the new cap has done is spread around the talent, and big-market teams seem to be having as much trouble keeping top players as smaller-market teams because they have cap issues. Daly says it's too early to make any lasting analysis about the system because general managers are still trying to figure out what works best.read on
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